Tag Archives: Stackridge

MUTTER SLATER BAND – Field Of Stone

December 5, 2018

Angel Air 2018 Bidding farewell to world affairs and building a wall around his heart, British entertainer charts an isolate path from the past. For all the larking Mutter Slater used to display back in days, his latter period seems … Continue reading

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JAMES WARREN – Innocent Bystander

January 16, 2018

Angel Air 2017 Seeking no refuge from passion, one of the finest pop purveyors is struck through the heart… again. What can an artist do once the lummy days of are and the fabric of THE KORGIS had been drawn … Continue reading

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STACKRIDGE – The Final Bow, Bristol 2015

August 16, 2017

Angel Air 2017 Inspiration may not have saved the nation, but it gave a good run to English group who called it a day. As far as wonderful absurd goes, only a few British combos were able to build a … Continue reading

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MUTTER SLATER BAND – The Champ

October 12, 2016

Angel Air 2016 Fire-and-brimstone rhythm-and-blues from the man in a bowler hat who takes it on the chin. A comedy corner occupant in , Mutter Slater’s smile is a rare sight when he’s left to his own devices, and the … Continue reading

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ANDREW CRESSWELL DAVIS – Emergency Love

March 18, 2016

Angel Air 2015 Passion needs a quick fix sometimes – as applied by the “All The Love In The World” co-writer. “When I’m reaching out, I don’t have to shout,” sang Andy Davis in 1980, and his third solo album … Continue reading

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